Originally Posted by jjfuller1
<picks up jaw off the floor and asks if im in your will?> that is def the winner of the mancave award...
so how do you decide what to shoot? looks like you could shoot a different firearm every day of the year.. and two on christmas
Thanks, Well as I said before this took 40 years to build the collection and acquire the equipment. So this was not something I did over the past few months. Yeah it is difficult to decide what to shoot but here is the benefit; I don't get to shoot all of them regularly so it is like discovering a new shooting toy over again. There are some that get regular attention just so I don’t lose proficiency with the weapon. There is actually more equipment in the garage workshop like brass vibrators, parts cleaner, drill press, lathe, milling machine. These are just too dirty to bring inside. But the other rooms pictured in this thread are just as impressive because the individual has built it to their liking and current affordabilites. As long as they are actively loading and shooting all is good.
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